e-Bill is Albion College's official method for sending student account notifications, replacing paper statements (or bills). Periodically, the Accounting Office will post new account activity to the student's secure online account. When new balances are due, students and their designated authorized users receive email notification and can go online to view the current activity and make payment.
e-Bill offers a number of exciting features for students and their authorized account users, including:
Students and the users they authorize are able to login to e-Bill and view current and previous student account detail. Users are able to review current charges, fees, payments and any applicable credits on their student account.
Albion College's e-Bill system allows students and authorized users to make payments using e-Check. e-Check allows users to pay online without using a bank or credit card. Instead, users using their checking account to make payments online - eliminating the need for stamps and envelopes
Students can enroll online to receive their student refunds directly deposited into their bank checking or savings account. No need to wait in lines to deposit a paper check. Students will receive email notification when their e-Refund has been processed and will know when their e-Refund will be deposited into their account.
The Instructional Technology and Media Services department provides support for faculty, staff and students in their use of technology to enhance teaching, learning. research and presentation including:
Effective use of technology for classroom activities and presentations in group and one-on-one settings
Systems & Networking and User Services (Helpdesk) - Director, Eric Beadle 517-629-0479
The Systems and Networking department maintains the campus’s fiber optic network and high-speed internet access including:
Wireless internet service
Cell and landline phones
Houses and maintains most of the campus’s servers. These servers provide network accounts that allow faculty, staff, and student’s access to email, file and web page storage, and other technology resources.
Authorizations for building access
Software loads for all campus computers
The User Services area - Helpdesk 517-629-0479 provides technical support for all campus users, alumni, and guests including:
New user information
Password and log in help
General hardware and software support for college-owned computers
Basic troubleshooting support for student computers
Albion 1Card support
Staff and faculty telephone support
Service of all the campus computers and network printers
This is a visit program designed for you to become an Albion student for a day. You will spend the morning session in your area of academic interest. After lunch with current students you'll have the opportunity to obtain information regarding athletics, fine arts, and campus activities and organizations. Your individualized campus tour with a current student will include insider tips on life as an Albion College student. The day will end with Institute receptions featuring the Gerstacker Institute, Ford Institute, Pre-Health Institute, Environmental Center, Teacher Education Center, and Honors Program.
While you're busy being an Albion College student for the day, we'll keep your parents busy, too. Parents will attend morning sessions covering academic life and student affairs/residential life. They'll have lunch with Albion College faculty and staff and then learn more about parent involvement, financial aid and enrolling at Albion. You'll join each other for your campus tour and the Institute receptions.
IMPORTANT NOTE: In order to register for Admitted Student Day, you must have completed an admission application and been accepted to Albion College prior to Feb. 15, 2012. Please contact the Admission Office if you have any questions about the status of your admission application.
Please read on for more important information. If you have questions, please call the Admission Office at 800/858-6770. We look forward to welcoming you to campus!
An Albion College education. It's hands-on. It's the liberal arts. It's career readiness. It's providing you the knowledge, skills, and experiences you'll need to succeed in college, in your career, and in your life.